New features in SOLIDWORKS 2013 and 2014


show more SOLIDWORKS releases new versions of its software annually, and although the scope and scale of these updates varies from year to year, the basic modeling techniques remain the same through all versions. However, the 2013 and 2014 versions introduced important new functionalities, some of which users had been anticipating for years. This training covers the new features in SOLIDWORKS 2013 and 2014. show less
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New features in SOLIDWORKS 2013 and 2014

Each year, SolidWorks puts out a new version of the software. Some years there are major functionality updates, and other years they focus on stability and ease of use. That being said, the core modeling techniques between all the versions of the software are basically the same. This course will be focusing on the core modeling skills and essential techniques, so not all of the new features will be explored. However, if something is new, I'll make a point to point it out, and show the new functionality. However, in this video, I want to cover some of the major improvements between 2013 and 2014. First off, in 2013, they introduced backwards compatibility which have been the number one request for SolidWorks users for a long time.

So what that means is SolidWorks 2012 service pack five can actually open 2013 files with some compatibility. They also introduce costing, name views, direct equations, and direct entry dimensions. I'll point out a couple here. First off, if I'm looking at this block...

New features in SOLIDWORKS 2013 and 2014
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SOLIDWORKS releases new versions of its software annually, and although the scope and scale of these updates varies from year to year, the basic modeling techniques remain the same through all versions. However, the 2013 and 2014 versions introduced important new functionalities, some of which users had been anticipating for years. This training covers the new features in SOLIDWORKS 2013 and 2014.

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